Alaska Statutes.
Title 10. Corporations and Associations
Chapter 6. Alaska Corporations Code
Section 813. Filing Notice of Change of Officers, Directors, Five Percent Shareholders, and Alien Affiliates.
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AS 10.06.813. Filing Notice of Change of Officers, Directors, Five Percent Shareholders, and Alien Affiliates.

(a) In the event of a change of an officer, director, or alien affiliate of a corporation during the first year of the biennial reporting period or a change in a five percent shareholder before September 30 of the first year of the biennial reporting period, the corporation shall file a notice of change amending the biennial report of the corporation before the following January 2.

(b) The notice shall be filed with the commissioner and shall state the name and current mailing address of each director, officer, five percent shareholder, or alien affiliate not included in the corporation's last filed biennial report, and the name of the person replaced and the office held. The notice shall be signed by the president or vice-president of the corporation.

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